Duke chapel

Duke Chapel

Piece description from the artist

Duke University Chapel is a Gothic Revival masterpiece that stands at the heart of the Duke University campus in Durham, North Carolina. The chapel was designed by architect Julian Abele and built between 1930 and 1935. It is the largest university chapel in the United States, with a seating capacity of 2,800 people.

The chapel is a popular tourist destination, and its beauty and majesty have been captured by photographers for many years. This aerial photograph, taken at night, captures the chapel in a unique and moody light.

If you are ever in Durham, be sure to visit Duke University Chapel, it's truly awe-inspiring.

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About Marvin Ferrell

Durham , NC

Marvin Ferrell is a fine art photographer working out of the Durham North Carolina area. He is a part 107 licensed drone operator specializing in aerial photography and videography but also works extensively with the traditional lens and camera. Upon moving to North Carolina in the fall of 1989 when he was still in elementary school. The beauty of the fall inspired him to try taking pictures. He's been doing it both as a hobbyist and a professional since.

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